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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1922
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
Prepared ia the Interests of the People of Nehawka and Surrounding Vicinity Especially
for the Journal Readers.
A. P. Sturm was a visitor in Lin
coln last Friday.
Nels Anderson was a business vis
itor in Omaha last Thursday.
Verner Lundberg was a visitor at
Nebraska City last Wednesday driv
ing down in his car.
Oliver Allia -was called to Lincoln
last Thursday where he had some
business to look after.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Cunningham
spent last Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Brendel of Murray.
J. W. Magney and B. O. Tucker
were looking after some business
matters at the county seat last Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Tucker of Hol
brook who have been visiting in Ne
hawka for some time past, returned
home last week.
EL A. Kirkpatrick was a visitor at
Plattsmouth last Monday where he
was looking after some business at
the court house.
Miss Helen Brandt wto has been
sick at her home for the past few
days was able to oe back to school
again last week.
Mrs. Bedella Sunder cf Louisville
and daughter. Miss Gertrude, were
in attendance at Ahrens-Anderson
wedding last Wednesday.
Wm. Ost was a visitor in Weep
ing Water v last Tuesday where Tie
was looking after some
matters for a few hours.
Clarence Hanson was a visitor in
Lincoln last Friday and was accom
panied home by Misses Zupha Cbris
wisser and Hope St. John.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M: Pollard were
guests of friends in Nebraska City
last Saturday, and they also were
looking after some trading
; Lester Wunderlich was looking af
ter some business matters in Platts
mouth last Friday evening getting
some repairs for 'his business.
.Ray Chappel who has been mak
ing his home at Riverron, Iowa, for
some time, was a visitor with the
folks here for a short time during !
C. W. Stone marketed a truck load
of hogs at the lire stock market
at South Omaha last Monday. Mr. J.
M. Palmer delivering the porkers in
Mrs. Albertina Ost and Miss Kime
entertained the Busy Workers at the
Lome of the latter last Wednesday
when they did much work and had
a . most pleasant time.
Fred Nutzmann was a business
caller in Omaha last Wednesday go
ing. -up to see about the marketing
of a car load of cattle which he bad
hipped the day 'before.
Eight couples of the card club of
Nehawka were guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rhuman last
Monday where they were entertain
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Wm Reynolds.
Arnold. Wessell, who has been
working at Omaha and who has been
transferred to Des Moines was down
for a short time to see -the folks be
fore departing for the Iowa capital.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Summers, Misses
Eloise and Brownie Bess Summers of
Omaha, G. C. McCandless of Sioux
CHy and F. McLaughlin of Chicago
were guests at the home of Nelson
" Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Thomas were
visiting in Nebraska City last week
where they were present at a show
er which was given in honor of Miss
Fern Bryan, who wedded Mr. Herold
. Frans of Union last week.
-! After an absence of some fifteen
years Mr. Alex Munn of St. Joseph.
Mo., was visiting bis relatives here
being the guest at the home of Del
This year we are prepared to offer you shoe values
that you have been waiting for several years. Our new
stock of men's dress and work shoes has been purchased
at correct prices and it ready for your inspection. Our
stock consists of W. L. Douglas and other standard dress
and work shoes. When you buy a standard shoe at a
standard price, you are always sure of the value.
Here are some real values :
Russian calf shoe, newest styles $6.00 to $7.00
Russian calf oxford, newest styles ; . 6.00
Mahogany color shoe, newest styles 7.00
Russian calf shoe, standard styles . . 6.50
Gun metal blucher, standard styles 6.00
Russian calf blucher, Munson last 6.50
- It is always a pleasure to show our stock to you.
Ask to see these shoe values and judge for yourself.
WHEN YOU WANT GOOD MER
CHANDISE, TRADE WITH
and Warren Munn and also visiting
with his many old friends.
C. D. St. John who was so severe
ly burned at the fire at the mill
some time ago .is progressing very
nicely and was able .to do away with
the bandages last Saturday and feels
like he was a new man again.
Miss Margaret McBride of South
Omaha was a visitor in Nehawka
for a short time last week being a
guest at the home of D. C. West and
Walter Wunderlich and also attend
ing the American Legion dance.
Last Friday evening the American
Legion gave one of their very pleas
ant dances at the auditorium which
was greatly enjoyed by the young
people of Nehawka. The Weeping
Water orchestra furnished the music.
Mrs. Charles Stratum or Scotts
Bluff, has been visit here for some
time with her brother, Mr. F. R.
Cunningham, and departed a few
days since for Plattsmouth where
she was also visiting with relatives.
Miss Grace Daugherty has been
ipretty sick for the past few days with
what appeared to be pneumonia and
is receiving the 'best of medical at
tention and care. It is hoped she will
soon show a turn for the better and
be up again.
C. M. ChriswJsser was a visitor. at
Murray during last Friday and was
looking after the shelling of the corn
on the dace where Guv Stokes Uvea
and having the same hauled to the
place where he and James Tilson are
feeding cattle. j
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chappell are j
rejoicing over the arrival on last
Saturday of a fine 11 pound son!
which came to their home to glad-,
den and cheer the parents. All are
doing well, the father hearing a lot
cf tunes which he will whistle when
his face gets straight.
t- n-u: t j nr a
A Sterling meat and bread slicer. '
practically new. for sale cheap, if
taken at once. John Opp, Nehawka.
fl3-V aa iuiAirr in. iuc uca l tto. La iukz
" j excellent cooks of NehawKa can fur-
xirn PiTTtt frArrro vi ' nish. Do not miss this excellent en
will mve rrogram . tertaininent for yoUr money Js doing
The members of the Epworth double service when it Js spent here.
League will give a Very entertaining
program at .the church on Friday of
tbis week which they are extending'
to everyone a cordial invitation to
attend and which will be well worth
Masons Doing Good Wcrk
The Masonic lodge of. Nehawka
now at the special convocation tnat
will occur tomorrow evening. There
are two entered apprentice candi-,
dates for the recent on of .the mys-
teries and excellent teachings of the
U III C i . I
We Pay Cash
As we are compelled to pay cash
for all grain we purchase, we are
selling for cash only. Nehawka
Farmers Grain Co.
S J. ROUGH.
Busy Workers are Very Busy
'The. Busy Workers of the Metho-
dist Church will give a very Inter- sided at the meeting, giving a short
esting program and carnival at their talk on the value of such an organi
meeting which will occur on Wed-! zation. Mi?s Graff told of the ad
nesday of this week, Washington's vantages that might occur from such
birthday. With the coming of spring an association to the graded, while
they are going to put the interior of Miss Reed read a paper pertaining to
the church 'building in excellent con- the high school. Mrs. Vilas Sheldon
dition and make it a very attractive read a letter to her from her sister,
place for their meetings. They are who is president of a Pareit-Teach-
sharing the expense with their ,ers association. It was very inter
friends and are inviting all to come, esting and showed some of the things
' ! that might be done in providing for
Always ready for dates far
or near. Rates reasonable.
Satisfaction or no pay. Re
verse all calls.
Baii&ry Troubles Gone!
The ADOO Dry Storage Battery has
solved the problem of batteries for
winter use. IT WILL NOT FREEZE.
Delivers More Power
Produces Hotter Spark
Needs No Attention
Batteries for All Makes
Better Than Any Wet Battery
Can be Recharged .
Nehawka - Nebraska
and get more than their money's
worth J.fun and wort" while amuse-
nen- me' 'have a very attractive
Program arranged for the occasion
Must be Cash
Hereafter the sales to local people
by the Nehawka Farmers' Grain com
pany must be for cash only. By or-
ider of the board of directors.
s; J" ROUGH- Manager.
. Movies WV'l Received
The ucational movies which
fa fc presented bv rthe Masonic
ordpr an1 f
whl ancln5er snow ws vcn on
, Wednesday was attended' by a
. v, -D
V - nml vininitir - rwl n . a tt d 1 1
ia c n c o n iiviitti, aim v-
ceived and appreciated "by the pub
lic. Fonn Parent-Teachers' Association
, A number of the patrons of the
s-chool met at the schoolhouse after
school Thursday for the purpose of
discussing the formation of a Parent
Teachers' association. Many of the
patrons spent part of the afternoon
visiting school. Professor Burby pre-
cilities and music; also more co-op
eration between the parents and the
I It was voted by those present to
start such an association and the
following officers were elected: Mrs.
Vilas Sheldon, president; Miss Har
riet Reed, vice president; Mrs. Bruce
Stone, secretary; Mr. Julian Pollard,
It was also voted to have the next
meeting or March 14th at 8 o'clock
at the school house.
Mr. E. M. Pollard visited school
last Thursday and Friday.
The English 2 class is beginning
! the stlitlv of ".Tiiliiis fapsar "
The class also figured out the exact
cost of making some improvements
i house. ,
' The school children again enjoy
ed the generosity of the local Masons
in viewing the educational films at
the opera house.
Velma Wessel, Irene Johnson and
Pearl Chappell returned to school
this week after having been absent
because of illness.
! The Juniors are looking over some
play books this week with a view to
trying to find a play suitable to give
in the near future.
i Mr. and Mrs. Burby and Ruth en
joyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs.
E. M. Pollard at dinner Sunday. They
were also entertained at lunch by
, Mr. and Mrs. West and family.
I The Valentine box caused nearly
as much excitement as the Xmas
tree. The third, fourth, fifth and
sixth grades had their box together.
It was filled to overflowing and
everyone felt that they had received
more than their share of valentines.
j The high school students have been
wearing some long faces this week
from 11:45 to 12 M. They have
jbeen trying to figure out who to lay
I the blame on for not having 15 min
Jutes to squander in having class
j meetings. All classes in the morn
, Ing have been lengthened by five
The teachers and two Nehawka
young ladies spent a most enjoyable
evening at Mr. Raymond Pollard's
Tuesday evening. It was real inter
esting to know your fate when you
selected your chair at the table; no
doubt the teachers will be more con
tented now since they know what the
future holds in store for them.
The Home Economics class began
to study millinery Monday morning.
Some very clever and attractive hats
have been the result of their attempt
thus far. Some of the girls are mak
ing all straw and some are combining
straw with georgette or satin. One
of the members has her hat all fin
ished and has put it on sale at one
of the prominent Nehawka stores.
ENJOY FINE TIME
On Wednesday la.si week when
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heil. Jr.. drove
to Omaha to spend the day visiting
friends and relatives, the many
friends and neighbors decided it
would te a fine time to arrange to
come on and surpri.-e thvm before
they removed .to their new heme near
Manley. Mp. and Mrs. Heil have been
such splendid neighbors that they
all. regret very much to lose them.
The evening was speLt pleasantly in
talking over old times also card play
ing and enjoying the music of the
Edison. The guests tame with well
filled baskets and at a late hour the
delicious things were served with
the addition of Mrs. Ileil's good cof
fee to which all did justice.. All de
parted at a late hour wishing Mr.
and Mrs. Heil and family much suc
cess and happiness in their new
home. Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Frederich and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Meisnger and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Renner
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heil
and family, Mr. and Mrs. George
Hennings and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Harper, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Heil, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meisinger,
Mr. and Mrs. James Ingram, Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. George Lohnes, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Hennings, Mr. and Mrs.
John B. Kaffenbefger, Mrs. C. H.
Hennings, Miss Beaulah Warren,
Misses Anna and Helen Heil
MOVING TO PLATTSMOUTH
Peter Meisinger and wife, who
have for many years made their
home near Cedar Creek, on the farm,
have decided to enjoy life a little
more easily and accordingly are
moving to Plattsmouth to make their
jome in it he future. The Platts
mouth' people wil be very much
pleased to welcome Mr. and Mrs.
M?i?inger as residents of our city.
Box supper! Woodbine school!
Friday, February 24, 1922. Refresh
ments served. A good program be
gins at 7:30. Will Meisinger. direc
tor; Lillian Van Epps, teacher. Dis
trict Xo. 29. Everybody welcome.
ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE
farm two miles east of Mur
T. H. Pollock, Plattsmouth.
S. I. Spri? of near Nehawka were
in the city Saturday and while here
called at the Journal and had their
name entered as readers of the semi
weekly edition of the paper.
FEBRUARY RED E00K
They are here at the Journal of
fice. Ccrne in and get yonr copy ear
ly and don't risk missing it.
Blank Bootes at the Journal Office
The undersigned will offer for
sale at public auction, at his home,
on the Wm. Hunter farm. y miles
west and miles north of Platts
Wednesday, March 1st
the following described property,
with lunch served at noon and the
sale starting ' at 10 o'clock:
Eight Head of Horses
One team of geldings, bay and
gray, 5 and 7 years old, weight
3,200; one brown mule, 4 years old,
weight 1,200; one blade1 borse, 6
years old, weight 1,300; one team,
horse and mare, bay and black, 3
years old, weight 2,500; one sorrel
mare, smooth mouth, weight 1,250;
one brown horse, smooth mouth,
Twenty-Four Head of Cattle
Six 2-year-old steers; one cow;
three yearling calves on feed 9
weeks; four cows with calf at side;
three heifers; one cow giving milk;
one Shorthorn bull; one 3months-old
Thirty head of shoats, weighing
70 ,to 1G0 lbs.; five Chester WTiite
One 5-foot McConmick mower,,
new; one John Deere riding lister;
one P. & O. walking lister, combined;
. i a
one Newton - wagen, new; one oiu
wagon; one 50-gai!on gas 'drum; one
grindstone; one McCormick hay
rake; three New Departure cultiva
tors; one 3-seetiion harrow; one King
press drill; one John Deere corn
planter; one truck witn 'bay rac;
one John Deere disc; one Flying
Swede two row; one Meadow corn
elevator: one John Deere 12-inch
gang plow: one walking plow; two
sets 1-dnch farm harness; Xwo sets
IVi-inch farm harness; one single
harness, and many other articles too
numerous to mention.
Terms of Sale
All sums of $10.00 and under,
cash: all sums over 110.00 a credit
of six months will be given, purchas-
er giving 'bankable note, bearing
eight per cent Interest. 3 per cent
discount for cash. All property must
be settled for before being removed
from the premises.
JAMES H. MILLER,
COL. W. R. YOUNG, Auct.
11. A. SCHNEIDER, Clerk.
Miss Elsa Ahrens and Mr. E. David
Anderson are Joined in Wed
lock Last Wednesday.
From Saturday's Daily.
The marriage of Miss Ahrens and
Mr. E. David Anderson was one of
the most charming that has occur
red in the vicinity of Nehawka dur
ing the winter season. The ceremony
occurred at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Ah
rens, Wednesday, February 15th.
The Rev. E. O. Johnson of the
Methodist church of Nehawka read
the marriage lines in a most impres
sive manenr and the double ring
ceremony was used in the uniting of
the lives of these young people.
The parlors of the home were very
beautifully decorated with a color
scheme of red and white, in 'paper
streamers and streamers of cupids
and hearts, fern plants and red and
The 'bridal party entered preced
ed by Rev. Johnson and little Miss
Norene Engelkeheier as ring bearer.
The bride wore a very handsom
gown of navy blue Canton crepe
trimmed in white and pink silk roses
and carried a bouquet of bride roses,
Miss Clara Ahrens, sister of the
bride, was the bridesmaid.
The groom was attired in the con
ventional dark suit and was attend
ed by his brother, Alfred Anderson
Following the wedding ceremony
the party was invited to the elaibor
ately decorated dining room where
the daintiest of refreshments were
served. The centerpiece of the din
ing table was a large bridal cake en
circled by sweet peas and which was
an object of the greatest beauty.
. The guests present were as fol
lows: Mr. Earnest Ahrens and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Uouie Ross and son
Virtor, Mr. and Mrs. Enno Ahrenf
and son John Earnest, Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Wolph, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Ehlers and family,' Mr. and Mrs. E
O. Johnson, Mrs. Bedella Standei
and daughter Gertrude. Mrs. J. G
Engelkemeier and daughter Norene
Miss Ruth Hart, Mrs. Earnest Koeh
ler, Mr. Victor Mintor, Mr. Alfred
H'art, Messrs. Alfred and Albert An
derson. Miss Elsa Ahrens is the eldest
daughter of Earnest Ahrens of Ne
hawka, born and reared near Ne
hawka. her refined and generou-'
disposition gives her a host of warm
friends. Mr. Anderson was born and
reared near Weeping Water, later
moving -to near Nehawka.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Anderson left
amid showers of rice and good cheers
in Mfc Anderson's car, for Union
where i.tkey ; boarded a south-bound
train. The bride wearing a blue vel-
our suit trimmed in fur and a hat
The happy young couple will b
at home after March 1st, three mile
southwest of Nehawka.
TION LOOKING UP
Two Filings For-Office deceived ai
First Startng of the Political
Campaign in County.
The political situation is begin
ning to show signs of life and those
who may aspire to office this fall are
getting their lightning rods, up and
ready for business-at . the primary.
Two candidates have already . shiedl
their hats into the ring, J. A. Cap-I
well of Elmwood, has paid over toj
me county treasurer me sum .necesn.
sary to secure his filing as demo
cratic candidate for the office of
county attorney, and A. F. Sturm of
Nehawka, present state senator, ill
ed again for that position as a re
Mr. Capwell was a candidate for
county attorney in 1916 against A
G. Cole the present occupant of the
office, and made a very good race
sepecially in .the western portion of
the county. Mr. Sturm is now in his
second term as senator.
These are" the only candidates -to
get out into the running but the
number will soon be increased as
there is quite a little time until the
filing dates are up as the candidates
have until June 17th to get into the
race for the primary that will be
held this year on July 18th.
HOLD PLEASANT MEETING
From Saturday's Dafiy.
The C. C. U. class of the Presby
terian church was pleasantly enter
tained last evening at the home of
Miss Merna Wolff.
Games interspersed with music af
forded much pleasure to those pres
ent. In the game "The Description
of Lovers," Miss Jurea Lauterback
furnished the best list of adjectives.
Miss Katherine Harris succeeded in
pinning cupid's arrow nearest the
center of a small heart within a
Violet Vallery proved the keenest
hunter in securing the greatest num
ber of hearts. " ,
As a fitting close to the evening's
entertainment, Mrs. Wolff, assisted
by Miss Merna and Miss Edith Far-
ley, served a delicious luncheon,
which was thoroughly enjoyed by all,
The guests then departed, thanking
the hostess for the pleasant evening.
FINANCE BODY APPROVES NE
BRASKA LOANS OF $451,000
Washington, Feb. 13. -The War
Finance corporation announced that
from February 9 to February 11 It
approved advances of 9451,000 . In
Nebraska for agricultural and live
Office supplies of all kinds han
dled at the Journal office.
t MAULEY NEWS ITEMS
Frank Wanamaker and wife were
visiting with friends at Weeping
Water last Wednesday.
Earl Wiles was a business visitor
in Ashland last Thursday, making
the trip in his speedster.
Oliver C. Dovey and E. P. Lutz
were out from Platsmouth last Thurs
day officiating as clerk at the Geo.
W. Goodman sale.
Miss Mabel Coon, who has been
visiting at Lincoln with a sister, who
has been here, returned home last
- George Schafer who has been sick
for several days past was able to re
turn to his work with the Missouri
Pacific with the crew of track work
A. J. Schaefer from near Murray
was a visitor in Manley last Thurs
lay, coming to advertise a hog sale
which he is to have in the near fu
ture. . '
E. A. Burns and family, ,of Platts
aaouth, were visiting for the day last
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Burns, driving over in their
Edward Kelly attended a dance at
Plattsmouth last Tuesday which was
riven by the Elks lodge, and enjoy
3d a very pleasant evening with his
friends in the county seat.
Herman Dall, the implement man,
ias been kept to his home for some
lays last week on account of a gath
ering in his head and which at last
reports was improving some.
W. H. Frost and wife, with their
'ittle daughter, Ramona, were visit
ng with friends in Manley last Fri
lay, they being guests at the home
it A. H. Humble while here.
J. L. Breckenridge and wife, Mrs.
Marcus Breckenridge and her little
.on James were visiting for a short
:ime during the first of last week
with friends and relatives in Omaha.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
iViles, as well as Mr. Wiles himself
lave not been feeling the best for
;ome time past, although at this time
hey are making good improvement.
Occar York has been on the sick
ist for some time and is suffering
rom some ailment with his back
hat prevents him from being about
.nd also causes a good deal of suffer
ng as well.
Frank Fight and John Rohrdanz
'rom south of Cedar Creek were in
Manjey last Thursday and while
lere Mr. Fight purchased a fine disc
'or use on his farm from Mr. Her
nan Dall, the implement dealer.
Messrs Glen York and Earl Wil
iams went over to the county seat
ast Thursday evening, where they
?xpected to work for the present. Mr.
A'illiams, who is a cook, will prob
ibly be employed with the Barclay
Mrs.. Wm. Heebner entertained a
lumber of friends at her home last
Thursday, at which time a very pleas
int evening was had. The guests are
manimous in their declaration that
Mr. and Mrs. Heebner ar-9 the best
The children of Wm. Rohrdanz are
reported as being kept to their beds
luring the past few days v.-lth pneu
monia. They are receiving the best
f care and are getting along as well
is could be anticipated under the na
ture of the disease.
John Burns has not been feeling
the best for several days past and for
v portion of the time he was com
pelled to remain at home. While he
was kept away from the business,
Mr. Daniel Bourke was looking after
the business for him.
Mr. G. W. Goodman had his sale
'ast Thursday and is making prepa
ration for removing in the near fu
'.ure to Lincoln, where he is expect
ing to engage in some business, al
though just at this time he is not
fully determined as to what it will be.
Had Enjoyable Time
Last Wednesday evening there was
?iven at the Manley hall a dance by
Messrs John Carper and Emery Gib
bons, at which a large number of
the young people of Manley and sur
rounding community were present
and enjoyed a most pleasant even
ing. Good music was provided and
x good time had at the gathering.
School House Now Equipped
The board of education in com
pliance with the law requiring that
fire escapes be provided for all school
buildings having more than one
story, have had installed a fire escape
to the Manley school, and it is very
efficient in its working. The child
ren had been trained to get out of
the building orderly and rapidly, but
since the installation of the appara
tus, they have increased their speed
and can now empty the entire build
ing in just eleven seconds.
Passing of Mrs. Schliefert
Mr. William Schliefert ' was born
March 6th, 1836, in Germany, and
died in Manley October 5, 1904, be-;
ing 68 years, 6 months and 29 days
Sophia Schliefert was born Janu
ary 30, 1839 in Germany and died
in Manley February 4, 1922, aged
83 years and 4 days.
Mrs. Schliefert lived in her own
home in Manley at the time of her
death. She was found lying on the
floor by Mrs. Chris Mockenhaupt
Friday morning, February 3rd, in a
semi-conscious condition and died
Saturday morning February 4th at
15 a. m. Short funeral services
were held at the house Tuesday, Feb.
7th. after which the remains wereiiDJ JVjlrf! leSrt'd
tVn rvnTKrollKQl T.llthoron
church, the services there being in
charge of Rev. Tbeo Hartman, and
burial was In the Lutheran cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Schliefert were mar
ried in Germany in the year 1861
and came to America and settled in
Cass county, Nebraska, in June, 1865,
and then moved to Manley in 1896,
where they built for themselves a
small home in which they lived un
til their deaths.
Four children are left to mourn
the mother's death
They are Mrs.
William Wegener, Louisville; Mr.'
Wm. F. Schliefert, Wabash; Mrs.
Herman Mann, Manley, and Mr. An
drew ScHliefert, Wabash.
AS THE PLACE OF
Miss Katherine Spahani and Mr. Fred
Lugsch United in Holy Bonds
of Wedlock There.
From FrI3ay' Dally.
The marriage of Miss Katherine
Spahani and Mr. Fred Lugsch of this
city occurred at the Kountz Memor
ial church in Omaha on Wednesday
evening and yesterday afternoon the
newly wed s returned home to this
city, where they will po to house
keeping at once, the groom having a
home already arranged fcr the com
ing of his helpmate.
The wedding was very simple and
quiet and the many friends of both
of the young people will be delighted
to learn of the happiness that has
entered into their lives.
The groom is one of the young
businessmen of the community and
has been quite successful in his work
here and won for himself a large cir
cle of warm friends. The bride is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
Spahani and one of the most highly
esteemed ladies in the community.
In common with the host of friends,
the ournal joins in wishing Mr. and
Mrs. Lugsch many years of happi
ness. LEGION AUXILIARY
Meet at the Club Rooms and Spend
Profitable and Pleasureable
From Friday's Dally.
Yesterday afternoon the ladies of
the American Legion Auxiliary were
most delightfully entertained at the
American Legion club rooms and a
very pleating number of the ladies
were in attendance at the event.
The ladies had quite a large
amount of business to handle and
among the matters brouglit up was
that of the proposed service men's
It wa decided that at the Wash
ington birthday meeting at which
the Legion and Auxiliary will en
Joy a. social evening, that the occas
sion would be made a farewell to
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Heneger, who
are leaving scon for their future
home in Wyoming.
"Mardi Gras" Ball at K. C. Hall on
Tuesday Night, Febr. 23
First annual "Mardi Gras" ball
given by the Knights of Columbus at
the K. C. hall Tuesday night, Febru
ary 28th. This will be a mask ball,
after the style of the famous annual
event given in New Orleans every
There will be five cash prizes as
follows: S10 to first prize couple. S5
to second prize couple, 2 to best In
dividual lady costume. $2 to best in
dividual gentleman costume and $1
for best comic makeup.
Dancing begins at 8:30. Beat mu
sic in Cass county Elks orchestra.
Admission: Gents, 75c; Ladies, 35c;
Spectators, 30c. One big time!
PROGRAM IS NEEDED
From Saturday's Dally.
vOne of the greatest needs in
Plattsmouth this year to boom pros
perity is an Intensive building pro
gram. During the war and its at
tendant high prices the building
work slowed up until it was almost
at a standstill. Now, with lower
prices of material and labor as well,
it behooves the prospective builder to
proceed. Further delay is useless.
Morover, it will likely prove costly
in decreased profits.
For years there has been a grow
ing demand for new homes. The Bur
lington recently sought thru the
Chamber of Commerce to induce the
erection of a score or more modern
rental houses to accommodate the in
creased number of mechanics they
would bring here to work In the
Not only in homes, but in public
improvements as well is there room
for stimulated action. Of the work
already in sight in this line, most im
portant is the proposed remodeling of
the Back of Cass County building at
the corner of Fifth and Main streets,
which upon its completion' will be
occupied by the Plattsmouth State
Several paving and curbing pro
jects are also viewed 'with favor as
a part of the summer's constructive
Returning prosperity is on the
way. Let us be ready to greet it
when it arrives.
D. OF H. INSTALLS
From Friday's Dally.
Last evening the local lodge of the
Degree of Honor theld regular meet-
viuwb i.v.1 .uxjoo auu nas-
sler acted as the installing officer of
the occasion. The attendance was
very pleasing end the newly elected
officers duly given their charges for
the year. i
FINE LITTLE DAUGHTER
From Friday Dalir.
" There arrived at the bom a of Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Reed yesterday after
noon a fine little daughter.. who has
announced her Intention of jaailns
her home with them In the future
All concerned ar doing nicely.
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